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7 9 (1950) 504. (14) (1925) 157. INTERACTION OF a-PARTICLES I 29 M e a n r a n g e in c m 5 6 7 1 RaC>- J 1 / 283 ç α 12 / c LU 6 Li (n oc) / 10( E 7 Fig. 29. ThC'^ (n,«) / 1 /8 σι> , 10 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 M e a n r a n g e in c m 72 Range-energy curve in air at 15°C and 760 m m Hg. 76 M e V ( T h C ) . 80 G. K N O P A N D W . P A U L 30 CH. I where Si is the relative stopping power which is a function of energy. Therefore it is not possible to give an analytical expression for the integral.
14. For comparison of (4) with experimental results, we write (4) in the following form AEw/x = a In (x/xo) + S, 2 2 mv 2 axo 2 β + Κwhere S = a In 7 ( 1 - β) (5) A pol S is called the reduced stopping power. In Fig. 15 this quantity is shown as a function of energy up to 2 MeV. 0 20 40 Thickness [mg/cm ] Fig. 14. (E- Probable energy l o s s as a Fig. 15. 2 2 mc )/mc Reduced stopping power S in aluminum according function o f foil thickness for A l and t o Chen and Warshaw, Phys. Rev. 8 4 (1951) 361.
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Alpha-, Beta- and Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy by K. Siegbahn